IT RAID on companies belonging to Deputy CM Maharashtra

Mumbai: The Income Tax Department has raided companies belonging to Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar. Ajit Pawar himself has admitted that the companies related to him should be raided today. On the other hand, Ajit Pawar has also said that he has no complaint suo-way with the IT department's action, but feels bad about such action against the companies of his relatives.

It is true that the IT department has raided some firms related to me, NCP leader Ajit Pawar told reporters in Mumbai today. It's their right. I don't know whether these raids were conducted for political purposes or they want more information because we are paying taxes on time. He further said, "My only sorrow is that they have raided the premises belonging to my three sisters. One of them lives in Kolhapur and the other two in Pune.''

At the same time, the Deputy Chief Minister also said, "I could not understand the reason behind the raid on her. If they are my sisters, so if raids are conducted, the people of the State should think about the level at which central agencies are being misused.'' Let me tell all of you that Ajit Pawar's name came up in July in a money laundering case involving Maharashtra state co-operative (MSC) bank. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered a case against 65 sugar mills in the Satara district. Property worth Rs 75 crore was attached.

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